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How can I warm up a loaf of French bread?

17 Comments

  1. Jill says:

    If you put it in the oven, the outside at least will get crunchy. You could always try the microwave, that never makes things crunchy.

  2. George Bush says:

    Everything goes in the microwave.

  3. Chris says:

    i think its a minute or two in the microwave

  4. Lynn says:

    Wrap it foil & BAKE it in the oven. Don’t broil, bake.

  5. Tracy M says:

    wrap it in foil and put it in the oven for about 15 minutes at 350F

  6. Lady C says:

    wrap your bread in tin foil and put it in the oven. It keeps the moisture in. Don’t keep in in too long. Just until hot.

  7. jj says:

    foil IN the oven!

  8. *Dear~Prudence* says:

    wrap it in foil and heat it in the oven at 400 for about 10 minutes

  9. its-a me! MARIO! says:

    stick that shhtuff in the microwave son!!

  10. M F says:

    Bake it for just a few mins in the oven at a medium temperature if you want a healthier alternative as microwaves emit radiation.

  11. muh name is puhh-age! says:

    hairdryer,
    i know it sounds weird..
    but it does the trick,
    and keeps it soft and
    takes only a minute.

    best of luck.
    au revoir!

  12. Chetak. says:

    Cut into about 6" lengths wrap in tin foil and heat for a 5 minutes in the oven.

  13. icybicycle says:

    wrap in foil and put in a hot oven for 12 minutes

  14. ~You made me say it~ says:

    Turn the oven to 325 and put bread on a tray, heat checking every 5 minutes.

  15. bleweyez20249 says:

    Warm it up in the microwave.

  16. christenrodriguez says:

    oven at 220 C for like 5 min

  17. glambassist@sbcglobal.net says:

    Put it in the microwave for a minute, it will be fine!

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